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Anatoly Naiman

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Name  Anatoly Naiman
Role  Poet
Books  Bb I Dr, Anna Akhmatova

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Parents  asya Davidovna Naiman, Genrih Kopelevich

Anatoly Naiman (born 1936 in Leningrad) is a Russian poet, translator and writer. He is one of the four of Akhmatova's Orphans.


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Naiman is a graduate of the Leningrad Technological Institute and has been a fellow at Oxford University and the Kennan Institute of the Woodrow Wilson Center.


  • Flamence (1983)
  • Songs of the French Troubadors (1987)
  • Original Poetry

  • Clouds at the End of the Century (1993)
  • The Rhythm of a Hand (2000)
  • Novels

  • Sir (2001)
  • Kablukov (2005)
  • References

    Anatoly Naiman Wikipedia

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